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# Solved: When two events are mutually exclusive, why is P(A

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## Solution for problem 1E Chapter 3.3

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When two events are mutually exclusive, why is P(A and B) = 0?

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Chapter 1 Section 1 Variable-a characteristic/attribute that can assume different values Data- values that the variables can assume Population- all subjects undergoing a study Parameter- measure obtained from the population data  Uses Greek Letters to categorize Sample- a group selected from the population, to make the study more concentrated...

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